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Rare and Unusual

Our interest at Suncrest is in exploring the diversity of the plant kingdom for beautiful plants adaptable to cultivation in coastal California. Some of our offerings are widely shared in the nursery industry; many others, especially those from the wild and gifts from other plant enthusiasts, are either unusual or genuinely rare. Their beauty, not their rarity, is the object. But it is worth noting when something is out of the ordinary line of cultivated plants.

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Plant Name Capsule Description
Galtonia viridiflora Summer hyacinth; 2-4 foot stems of green bells.
Geranium richardsonii 12-16 inches. Soft green leaves, white to pinkish flowers. Western United States native.
Gladiolus cardinalis hybrid 2 feet+. Narrow blue-green leaves, dark red flowers marked white.
Gladiolus 'Lemon Moon' Hybrid with dark grassy leaves, full lemon-yellow flowers in spring.
Gladiolus liliaceus Pale red flowers turn bluish at night, night-fragrant. Slender.
Gladiolus 'Painted Tips' To 18 inches. Slender stems and leaves. Light pink flowers with dark petal tips.
Gladiolus 'Picture Perfect' To 18 inches. Slender. Pale pink petals have orchid edges; dark markings.
Gladiolus 'Rose Delight' x colvillei hybrid. Rose-colored flowers + white markings.
Gladiolus tristis 'Moonlight' Wintergreen Nursery selection. Large pale yellow, night-fragrant flowers in spring.
Glaucium flavum var. aurantiacum Horned poppy. Silver leaves; vivid orange flowers; long seedpods.
Glaucium grandiflorum 18 inches. Vivid orange flowers, dark petal spot, low grey leaves.
Gomphostigma virgatum 4 feet. Narrow grey leaves on arching stems; dense habit.
Gunnera magellanica Low mat with bright green, lobed leaves, white flowers, red fruits.

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